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Dr Corine Noordhoff appointed professor by special appointment of Retail Marketing

19 January 2021
Dr Corine Noordhoff
Dr Corine Noordhoff

We are pleased to inform you that as from 1 March, 2021, Dr. Corine Noordhoff has been appointed as professor by special appointment of Retailing Marketing for a period of five years. Her appointment is sponsored by the Anton Dreesman foundation.

Noordhoff obtained her PhD at Maastricht University and worked as assistant professor at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Since 2012, she has been employed at A.S. Watson Health & Beauty Benelux as manager Analytics & Insights. She will combine this position with the new professorship.

Noordhoff will be a member of the Department of Marketing. Her teaching will mostly take place in the MSc Marketing and has a focus on retailing. With her research she aims to build and foster connections between practice and science within the field of retail marketing.
Last modified:01 February 2023 4.20 p.m.

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